Eleanor undertook her BSc at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University and completed her Part II studies at The Bartlett UCL. She is currently studying for her Part III qualification at London Metropolitan University.
Her enthusiasm for architecture is sparked by the opportunity to shape the spaces that people live in, contributing positively to the wider built environment with better housing standards for everyone and creating high quality, sustainable and well performing spaces that inspire and delight.
With her specialism in renovation, particularly of historic buildings, and basement design, Eleanor is currently working on private houses, including the transformation of a historic Grade II listed home in North London and a multi-unit housing scheme – complete with shops and workspace – in Wimbledon.
Working collaboratively as part of a close knit team, Eleanor is involved with projects from detailed design to high level project planning and seeing projects through the work stages. She has enjoyed learning from the experience and high design standards of her colleagues at Cousins & Cousins.